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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Raised by a mother who's had five husbands, 18-year-old Remy believes in short-term, no-commitment relationships until she meets Dexter, a rock band musician.

Raised by a mother who's had five husbands, eighteen-year-old Remy believes in short-term, no-commitment relationships until she meets Dexter, a rock band musician.

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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Raised by a mother who's had five husbands, 18-year-old Remy believes in short-term, no-commitment relationships until she meets Dexter, a rock band musician.

Raised by a mother who's had five husbands, eighteen-year-old Remy believes in short-term, no-commitment relationships until she meets Dexter, a rock band musician.

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Publishers Weekly
This modern-day romance narrated by a cynical heroine offers a balance of wickedly funny moments and universal teen traumas. High school graduate Remy has some biting commentary about love, including her romance-writer mother's betrothal to a car dealer ("He put one hand on my shoulder, Dad-style, and I tried not to remember all the stepfathers before him that had done the same thing.... They all thought they were permanent, too") and her brother's infatuation with self-improvement guru Jennifer Anne. But when rocker Dexter "crashes" into her life, her resolve to remain unattached starts to crack. Readers will need to hold on to their hats as they accompany Remy on her whirlwind ride, avoiding, circling and finally surrendering to Cupid's arrows. Almost as memorable as her summer romance with a heartwarmingly flawed suitor is the cast of idiosyncratic characters who watch from the sidelines. There's the trio of Remy's faithful girlfriends, all addicted to "Xtra Large Zip" Diet Cokes practical-minded Jess, weepy Lissa, and Chloe, who shares Remy's dark sense of humor as well as Dexter's entourage of fellow band members, as incompetent at managing money as they are at keeping their rental house clean. Those expecting a Cinderella finale for Remy will find a twist consistent with the plot's development. Contrary to any such implication in the title, this one will keep teens up reading. Ages 12-up. (May) Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.
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It's Remy's last summer at home, where she and her brother have always been close to their mother, a successful writer of romance novels, who is now in her fourth marriage. Because of the endless failures of love Remy has witnessed, including her own first sexual encounters in high school, she feels she has no illusions about love. The lullaby of the title is a song written by her father, who never was able to love his children, but a song that Remy returns to again and again. Lines in the song say, "even if I let you down/this lullaby plays on." So this is the story of how Remy comes to understand that love, even flawed love, is worth experiencing; that she would rather open herself to life and love than to be so self-protective as to deny herself the experience. Oddly enough, it is her mother, even in the midst of a failing new marriage, who helps her to understand this truth. She also learns about loving from meeting Dexter, a musician who makes her laugh and loosen up a bit. Their relationship defies all the rules Remy usually follows to maintain control of her feelings. And she doesn't sleep with him either, even though that is usually her pattern. Their stumbling, bumbling love affair hardly gets going in the first weeks of summer, as both of them are working hard, busy with friends, planning on futures—Remy at Stanford; Dexter dreaming of his band signing a contract with a music company. Remy knows on some level that her feelings for Dexter are different and that she is in danger of falling in love with him. So she tries to keep the relationship contained to avoid hurt, even breaking up with him to pursue a "safer" situation with another guy—safer in the sense she can enjoy hiscompany and know it won't hurt when they leave each other. With Dexter, she isn't so sure, which is why readers will appreciate the final chapter that takes place in November when Remy is at Stanford and Dexter sends her a package that reveals where their relationship is heading. What is good about this book is the humor mixed with reality, with the honest portrayal of smart, articulate teenagers struggling to make sense of a world of nonsensical expectations. Remy, Dexter and their friends and "families" are exasperating, funny, smart, and quite interesting. KLIATT Codes: JS*—Exceptional book, recommended for junior and senior high school students. 2002, Penguin Putnam, Viking, 330p.,
— Claire Rosser
School Library Journal
Gr 9 Up-Remy's parents split up before she was born, her boyfriend is cheating on her, and her ever-hopeful mother is about to tie the knot for the fifth time. The teen's wry, humorous voice is the best part of this heartfelt novel, which takes her through the summer before she starts college and, she hopes, a brand-new life; her spirited commentary will keep readers entertained. Remy's father, a musician who died shortly after her birth, left behind a popular song with lyrics that include the line, "I will let you down." It's no surprise, then, that her rules for relationships aim to keep the boys in her life at arm's length. Then she meets Dexter, a scruffy but lovable musician who seems capable of knocking down her carefully constructed defenses as their rocky romance progresses. Remy's relationships with her friends and family are realistic and believable. However, aspects of her past life-a rape followed by a period of promiscuity, drinking, and drug use-are not fleshed out and don't quite ring true. The Remy readers encounter is for the most part mature, organized, and responsible, more so than the adults in her life, and it is not clear when and why she abandoned her self-destructive behavior. On the whole, though, this is a winning story about coming to terms with the fact that loving someone requires a leap of faith, and that a soft landing is never guaranteed.-Miranda Doyle, San Francisco Public Library Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.
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Not every high-school senior gets to plan her mother's fifth wedding the week after graduation, but then, not everybody has a mother who is a famous romance novelist either. Remy is not the average grad heading off to college at Stanford; she's perfectly organized, neat, tidy, on time, and boy-smart, having learned from her mother's experiences that commitments are too risky to take. This summer will be her usual: a receptionist job at Jolie Salon, nightly gatherings with her three girlfriends at the Quik Zip and music clubs, and a temp boyfriend, no strings attached. Mom's #5 is the owner of Don Davis Motors whom she met when she went to buy a new car. Ironically, it was in Don's showroom that Remy met Dexter, the antithesis of her usual guy: clumsy, messy, impetuous, and persistent, but, worst of all, a musician. Despite her own rules about boys, Remy finds herself drawn to Dexter, but her feelings and trust in him crumble when his band, Truth Squad, plays "This Lullaby"-her song, emotional crutch, and the only gift from the father she never knew. Written for her by her hippie, songwriter father, Husband #1, when he disappeared from her life, the now-famous song echoes the sentiment that he-and men-will always let you down. As her mom's latest marriage dissolves in a puddle of deceit, bad cliches, and cans of Ensure, Remy caves in to her own subverted emotions. Remy's voice rings true with realistic dialogue and emotional traumas. Insightful writing, distinctive characters, and a contemporary scene where sex and music rule, compose a melody worth reading. (Fiction. YA)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781417618521
  • Publisher: San Val, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/28/2004
  • Format: Library Binding
  • Edition description: THIS EDITION IS INTENDED FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY
  • Pages: 345
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.25 (h) x 1.25 (d)

Meet the Author

Sarah Dessen
Sarah Dessen is the award-winning author of five novels for young adults and is a writing teacher at the University of North Carolina.

Biography

Although she was born in Illinois, YA novelist Sarah Dessen has spent most of her life in Chapel Hill, NC. Both of her parents were professors at the University of North Carolina, where Sarah studied creative writing and graduated with a degree in English.

As far back as she can remember, Dessen has always wanted to write. She remembers churning out wildly imaginative stories on an old manual typewriter her parents gave her when she was eight or nine years old. So it was only natural that after college she would forego a "real job," choosing instead to support herself by waiting tables at a local eatery while trying to publish a novel. In 1996, just three years after graduation, she sold her first book, the witty, wry coming-of-age story That Summer. A second novel, Someone Like You, followed two years later. (In 2003, these two books were loosely adapted into the movie How to Deal, starring teen sensation Mandy Moore.)

Dessen claims she never set out to be a YA writer, but somehow her memories always bring her back to high school, a time and place that resonates strongly for her. Living in her hometown where she is still in contact with many childhood friends, she finds it pretty easy to get in touch with her "inner teenager." In addition, the books she read from that time have a special, magical staying power. She explains it this way on her website:

"[W]hile I couldn't tell you complete plots of novels I read even six months ago, I do remember even the smallest descriptive details from Lois Lowry's A Summer to Die or Judy Blume's Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret. I think it was because back then books were still somewhat new to me, and when I found an author who seemed to say just what I was feeling, it really struck me and resonated. I hope that my books do that for the people who read them."
If one can judge from her growing fan base and continued presence on the bestseller lists, Dessen can safely say "mission accomplished."

Good To Know

Here are some fun facts about Sarah Dessen:

  • Most of Dessen's books are set in the fictional town of Lakeview and feature recurring locales and characters.

  • Dessen also teaches creative writing at her alma mater, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

  • Among her confessed addictions, Dessen counts the Gap clearance rack, Starbucks mochas, multiple magazine subscriptions, and a penchant for black pants.

  • Dessen sometimes waxes nostalgic about her days as a waitress. "It was a great job for a writer, " she says. "Endless conversations to eavesdrop, tons of material, and fast money without ever taking work home."

  • In Just Listen, the character of Owen Armstrong was named for the young protagonist in John Irving's A Prayer for Owen Meany, as well as for Lance Armstrong, one of Dessen's proclaimed crushes.

  • Concerning her "tendency to embellish," Dessen says: "I think it's just a weakness of fiction writers. Once you learn how to make a story better, it's hard not to do it all the time."

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      1. Hometown:
        Chapel Hill, NC
      1. Date of Birth:
        June 6, 1970
      2. Place of Birth:
        Evanston, Illinois
      1. Education:
        University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, degree in English.

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    • Posted June 2, 2009

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      This Lullaby

      The book This Lullaby by Sarah Dessen is a heartfelt story about a young adult known as Remy. Remy has always had her fair share of boyfriends and step dads. She just finished high school and is ready to go to college clear across the country so she can escape her family. Remy was prepared to have a fun, free summer; but fate had a different plan for her. As she was helping her mother plan for her fifth wedding, she found a new boyfriend she was not expecting. Dexter teaches her how to love and he is the first boy she never had to give "the Speech" to.

      This is a book that girls can connect to, and they can understand how Remy feels about moving away and learning how to live life on her own. It also teaches you how you never can expect to find the perfect guy you have imagined in you mind. The perfect man does not look like a movie star or act like a gentlemen; it's a man that makes you happy when you are sad and dries your tears when you cry. Dexter is not like Remy's thoughts of a perfect man he is everything she did not want, but in the end he is everything she does.

      Sarah Dessen has written many books similar to This Lullaby. Sarah has written The Truth about Forever, and many other books in the Young Adult genre. She writes books that teenaged girls can understand and relate to. She also puts everyday things into situations that girls can relate to. Mrs. Dessen has been awarded many awards for her books. As fair back as Sarah can remember she has been writing. Now she is a professor at the University of North Carolina, where she teaches creative writing. She also lives in North Carolina with her loving husband.

      Sarah Dessen is a well known writer when it comes to young adults. She really captors the fascination with Remy's love life, and life in general; also with how Remy responds to things. This Lullaby is a book that almost every teenage girl will love.

      41 out of 43 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted November 29, 2008

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      i really liked this book

      i liked this book because it's realistic. It's not one of those lovey dovy kind of books where prince charming comes and sweeps you off your feet and you immediatly fall in love. I think this is a book girls can relate too. i read this book in a couple of hours, it was that good. I really liked all the characters too. this book is funny and romantic. What more can you ask for?

      20 out of 20 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted August 18, 2011

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      loved it

      Fantastic Great read. I enjoyed every minute reading this.

      14 out of 16 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted November 26, 2008

      This Lullaby

      Sarah Desson's This Lullaby is all about believing in love. It's a story about an eighteen year old girl named Remy who doesn't believe in love and doesn't think it exists. The novel opens with Remy's mother getting married to her fifth husband, which explains her lack of belief in love. Even though she has been in multiple relationships, she's never actually been in love. Remy dates boys and then dumps them before she gets emotionally attached.<BR/>But one day at her step father's car dealership Remy runs into a guy named Dexter. She wants nothing to do with him but he is extremely determined to get to know Remy. Eventually the two get together, will the two find love or will she dump him before she gets attached?<BR/>This book would have to be my favorite by Sarah Desson. She is such an amazing author that gets into all her characters. They are very developed and unique. I love all her books because they are very relatable. Everything her characters go through, I went through or I'm currently going throught them. It's a must read for all teen!

      13 out of 15 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted November 5, 2010

      I absolutely loved this book!

      This was an awesome book! I absolutely loved Dexter! He seems like such a clutzy person but so sweet and funny. ANd i love the way Remy ust completely denies Dexter at first but as she begins to see him she starts to like him even more. This is probably one of my favorite romance book novels! (besides the truth about forever and along for the ride both by Sarah Dessen!)

      8 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted July 25, 2009

      What is there not to love about about any Sarah Dessen book?

      This Lullaby is definitely one of my favorite books of all time. I have read it several times and I am never disappointed with Sarah Dessen. She has a great understanding of teens and the troubles of growing up. Remy is a girl who is reluctant to fall in one because of her unstable parent figures. Dexter is a charming boy with a band and Remy wants nothing to do with her despite Dexter's best efforts. One of my favorite parts in this book is probably the band members and all their shenanigans. The eating contests never fail, i laugh every time. This book, and really all of Sarah's books are so relatable to every person. If you have not read all her books I urge you to go read them. I am positive that they will not disappoint.

      6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted March 14, 2012

      This Lullaby, by Sarah Dessen is a really good book, it was so g

      This Lullaby, by Sarah Dessen is a really good book, it was so good I finished reading it in 12 hours!! This book is a book about a girl named Remy whose dad left her mom before she was even born. When he found out he had a daughter he wrote her a lullaby, and he is very famous for it. He died before he could even meet her and tell her he loves her. Now she doesn&rsquo;t trust any guy in a long relationship, or a guy who is a musician like her dad, Will that change when she meets a boy named Dexter, a musician and a guy who is not up to her standards? Read this book to find out.

      3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted April 16, 2009

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      Not My Favorite...

      Out of all the books i've read by Sarah Dessen this is my least favorite...I don't know why...I mean I love this book but I don't know...

      I think its cuz the ends leves you wanting to know what was going to happen after the story...if you read the book you would know what i'm talking about...

      It's about a girl who doesn't belive in love...who then meets a boy...

      All in all I liked it...i'd recommend it to my friends...GO READ IT!!!

      3 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted May 5, 2010

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      Good book, but...

      It was a tad boring. I mean the characters, like the characters in most of Sarah Dessen's books, were lively. They were unique and all different and quirky. But Remy's character was a little annoying for me at times, and sometimes the story could get quite predictable. There was a point where I started reading another book because this one was getting dull. You just knew in the end they were going to end up together, no matter what. It seemed like a pointless read, I'd give it a six out of ten.

      2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted June 1, 2009

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      Loved It!!

      This book by Sarah Dessen was really good. It taught a great lesson about finding love and incorporated it into real family situations. It captured how life really is. The characters were likeable and very believable. I recommend this book to people looking for guidance in what love really is or for those who just enjoy a good read.

      2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted April 8, 2014

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      This book is wonderful, i love the dramatic turns and twists throughout the book. The comedy in this book makes it a funny book but also it has serious parts to it that definitly make it a funny yet serious book. I would reccomend this book to pre teens and teens. Read this book i definitly recomend this book.

      1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted July 13, 2013

      Remey

      This book i think was a great read. Remey is a girl that i think doesnt know for sure how to deal with certain thing and i think this can relate to a lot of girls lives... and personally i just love it

      1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted October 27, 2012

      ???

      Is this book good? I just finished reading dreamland by sarah dessen and I absolutly loved it :')

      1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted June 12, 2012

      Best of Sarah Dessen

      This Lullaby has always been my favorite from Sarah. I love Remy and how she isn't the typical lead female character, and Dexter is so lovable in his own way. The characterization and emotions are realistic and relatable and the story keeps you hooked from beginning to end.

      1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted April 11, 2012

      OMG!!!

      I loved this book. It was funny, exciting, heartfelt, and sad. I would read it again!

      1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted April 2, 2012

      So adorable!!!!

      I fell in love with Dexter!!!!:) Reminds me of my best friend!!!!!<3

      1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted March 7, 2012

      Stargazer

      Remy is a girl who doesnt belive in love. She has had her fair share of boyfriends and her mom has had plenty of husbands. She meets Dexter and her beflief in love is still the same untill after the breakup. She relizes that two people dont have to be perfect together or be exactly their type......their can be some differences

      1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted September 22, 2010

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      Fast Read

      I really enjoyed this book!

      1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted June 9, 2010

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      My fav book by sarah dessen

      Well I love that it's about 2 people that can relate to each other but are complete opposites. But you know what they say opposites attract. This is obviously a love story because almost all stories are. You can disagree but name one book that didn't have a couple in love. Or one night flings or something like that. When Dexter and Remy meet there's an instant connection between them which is not only cute but well magical I guess you can say. I won't tell you anymore but if you realize you want to know more READ THE BOOK I'm 100% sure you'll love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I know I did

      1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted July 25, 2009

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      one of my favorites

      this lullaby was one of my favorite books that ive read. it was very realistic and easy to read. i absolutely loved all the characters! it had my attention throughout the entire book. never a dull moment. must read! sarah dessen is truly a great author.

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